The single most important indicator of team performance is health and well-being. A strong constitution is necessary for teams to overcome adversity, maintain resilience and nurture a culture rich in collaboration.
A lot of organizations measure how their teams are doing via KPI’s; ROV’s, NPS, and gasp, velocity. Far too often the metrics used are lagging indicators. By the time things have gone off the rails, it’s too late and the damage has been done. The good news is that health and well-being are leading indicators.
However, without some magic pixie dust, you just can’t make people happy.
The good news is that you can experiment and create the conditions that are conducive to team well-being.
A logical question then is: can you measure and visualize the results of your “happiness” experiments and organizational initiatives?
Attend this presentation to find out….